By Isabella Nikolic For Mailonline
Published: 19:18 GMT, 25 January 2021 | Updated: 19:24 GMT, 25 January 2021
A Manchester estate agent has been slammed after handing out 'tone deaf' leaflets asking whether the coronavirus pandemic has been a 'blessing in disguise' for the property market.
The leaflets, sent out on behalf of JP & Brimelow, are believed to have been posted to residents in Chorlton and Old Trafford this morning.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
They read: 'Has Covid been a blessing in disguise for Chorlton and Old Trafford?'.
The leaflets say the property market has 'actually fared very well this year', despite the global coronavirus pandemic.
The leaflets, sent out on behalf of JP & Brimelow, are believed to have been posted to residents in Chorlton and Old Trafford this morning
They go onto say the pandemic has brought 'so much uncertainty, so much worry jobs and of course concern over health', but mention that the average house price of a detached home in some areas of Greater Manchester have increased in the last year.
The leaflets adds that, despite the